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  • campaign The Colonial troops were defeated which ended that campaign.
  • camping They might even have gone farther, but a good camping-place offered, and they did not like to pass it, as they might not find another so convenient.
  • companion Her companion questioned her further, and soon had the whole story out of her.
  • company Away at once; and don't let yourself be seen in my company.
  • comparing By comparing these histories, I think we cannot fail of arriving at the latent meaning.
  • competing With Russia pressing on one side and America competing on the other, England cannot afford to lose her military lines, her control of the sea, her prestige.
  • compiling Perhaps the most innocuous way in which we may digress is by compiling one of those delectable literary hotch-potches known as 'commonplace books.
  • complain If you'd heard me you'd never complain," Henley burst forth.
  • complaining Our mother stops complaining, lest she should wake him.
  • composing An Early Composition Needless to say, he was composing a great deal.
  • computing Had the old method of computing time continued, the seasons would gradually have made the circle of the months, until their order was reversed as they are now known to be in the northern and southern hemispheres.
  • Companies We've got our own regiment, the 43d, and six or eight companies of the 72d-I don't know where they came from; and then there's a battery, and perhaps some others.
  • Compassing 19 he approves of compassing a barbarian's death by treachery.
  • companions Maximilian raised eyes filled with pity to his two companions.
  • campaigns In the earlier campaigns of the duke, Goethe was his companion; but in the final contest with Napoleon be was unequal to the fatigues of such a post.
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